Michael Connelly didn’t write this line. I believe it was Andrew Marlowe but if I’m wrong, someone please tell me in the comments section. But he delivered it in the aforementioned… 393 altre parole
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The title for the 1973 movie ‘Mean Streets’ was inspired by the line used by the novelist and screenwriter Raymond Chandler in one of his published essays (The Atlantic Monthly, Nov 1945), “Down these mean streets a man must go.” The original title used by the director Martin Scorsese was ‘Season of the Witch’.
Most of us have what you might call ordinary families. No particularly long history, great wealth, or titles. But some families have pedigrees. On the surface, it may seem as though a pedigree is a good thing to have, especially if it comes with money. 1.071 altre parole
1. There’s no such thing as perfect writing, just like there’s no such thing as perfect despair.
– Haruki Murakami
2. Writing every book is like a purge; at the end of it one is empty … like a dry shell on the beach, waiting for the tide to come in again. 232 altre parole